AUSTIN, Texas -- Facing increasing competition for natural, organic and gourmet food shoppers, Whole Foods Market hopes to reaccelerate its growth by expanding services and optimizing market penetration with smaller-format stores, among other initiatives, according to a report issued by Goldman Sachs. The investment bank‘s analysts gave Whole Foods‘ stock a neutral rating after assessing recent conference calls and touring several of the chains newest stores with Walter Robb, the company‘s ...

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